Wild Hyacinth (Camassia scilloides) is a spring ephemeral plant with white blooms mid- to late spring. They prefer moist soil in sun to part sun but can tolerate some shade. They're best suited for basins and slopes, where they'll grow to 2 feet tall. Interplant with species that fill in the voids left once dormant. Companion plants include Emory’s Sedge (Carex emoryi) and Southern Blue Flag Iris (Iris virginica var. shrevei).
If flower stalks get too tall in spring, they may need to be staked while in bloom. Nearby plants should be designed to fill in the gaps left behind when the plant goes dormant in the summer.